As an insurance broker, what is our role? Going through the questions below will make you understand the role of Trinity.

1. What are Insurance Brokers?
Insurance Brokers are independent insurance professionals or entities who are licensed by the Insurance Commission to provide a full scope of insurance related-services.
2. What is the difference between an Insurance Agent
and an Insurance Broker?
An Insurance Agent represents a insurance companies, while an Insurance Broker represents and looks out for the interest of the Insured. They also perform other functions with the specific objective of seeing to it that the client is properly informed, properly covered, and indemnified fairly in the event of a claim.
3. What is the primary role of an Insurance Broker?
  • Provide the client cost-effective insurance programs thru an intensive canvass.
  • Purchase the agreed insurance program on behalf of the client.
  • Evaluate Integrity of Insurers.
  • Assist the client in the settlement of their claim.
  • Provide other services such as annual policy audit, educating and training clients, providing Loss Control and/or Risk Management Program.
4. What sets TRINITY apart from other Insurance Brokers?
Trinity’s distinct service quality i.e.: Professional & Personalized.
5. What are the qualities of Trinity as an Insurance Broker?
The following qualities are Trinity’s focal points:
  • Trinity centers on the quality of their designed insurance programs for the protection of their clients’ interests at cost-effective premiums
  • Invests in training and development for its employees to ensure competence and the quality of service to meet or surpass its clients’ expectations and needs
  • Constantly evaluates and partners with insurance providers to enable to provide tailor-fit programs to address clients’ needs
  • Offers a full line of products and services catering to the various needs of customers
  • Keeps abreast with market and industry trends to enhance competence